Singapore, a keen early adopter of the sharing economy, has fired a warning shot across the bow of Airbnb and Uber.
"Culture starts at the top," Kate Mitchell, co-founder and partner at Scale Venture Partners, told CNBC.
Theresia Gouw, Aspect Ventures co-founder, shares her thoughts on the positive and negative aspects of Snap's public offering.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on how Snapchat's initial public offering could impact other startups.
Heal is a start-up revolutionizing health care with doctors on call. Today it announces national expansion plans.
Huffington is a member of Uber’s board.
Snapchat, known for its disappearing photo messages, is competing with traditional media for advertising dollars.
Unnamed sources told Axios that Jay Z, also known as Shawn Carter, will partner with venture capital firm Sherpa Capital.
No-one in France's business sector believes populist presidential candidate Marine Le Pen will win the presidency; Publicis CEO.
Yasmin Mahmood, CEO of Malaysian Digital Economy Corporation, talks about the country's push to encourage digital innovation.
Instagram Stories is slowly making Snapchat less relevant.
Before, the glasses were sold through vending machines which popped up in major metro areas around the country.
Sunil Kulkarni of Oxigen talks about how electronic transactions made available through its mobile wallet helped to alleviate the impact of demonetization.
Services like Blue Apron, Postmates and UberEATS are taking full advantage of consumers willing to pay more to get what they crave.
The race is on to pioneer the vast and uncharted reaches of outer space, which is set to become the next big source of wealth creation.
A video shows Snap employees sitting on the floor in a circle, passing around sticks and drums.
Chief financial officer Drew Vollero says in the roadshow video that the economic model "is not complicated."
Ola Sars, founder of Soundtrack Your Brand, and Daniel Waterhouse, general partner at Balderton Capital, explain their business venture in music streaming.
"Little red dot" Singapore is eyeing a sliver of Silicon Valley’s pie, aiming to attract venture capitalists to grow a stable of start-ups.
"This trend is unlikely to reverse without antitrust action," wrote Sam Altman, president of Y Combinator.